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Standard User firestars88
(newbie) Fri 27-Mar-20 14:32:44
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HH 6 - Fortinet


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Hi

Before I rip out a HH6 for a client and install a Draytek, can someone advise if your can run a site-to-site VPN on one of these boxes please. I need to create a tunnel to a Fortinet.

Many Thanks!
Administrator MrSaffron
(staff) Fri 27-Mar-20 15:18:17
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Re: HH 6 - Fortinet


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Lots of draytek devices exist, so which model is it?

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Standard User firestars88
(newbie) Fri 27-Mar-20 15:25:32
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Re: HH 6 - Fortinet


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Sorry, should have worded it better.

I know the Draytek works, I have two in my home (with a Vigor 130 in bridge and a Juniper SRX 300 as a firewall)

I need to know if the HH (Home Hub6) can facilitate a s2s VPN back to my Fortinet before I ask my client to upgrade to a Draytek.

Was curious if anyone has one working?


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Administrator MrSaffron
(staff) Fri 27-Mar-20 16:08:04
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Re: HH 6 - Fortinet


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Not aware of any VPN client support in the home hub itself, i.e. so that all network from the local network is tunnelled over the VPN

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Standard User firestars88
(newbie) Fri 27-Mar-20 16:24:57
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Re: HH 6 - Fortinet


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Thank you.

I was sure there were limitations on that device but I thought I would check.
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